Stinson's Crisafulli Graduates KCMBA Bar Leadership Academy for Emerging Legal Leaders

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Stinson attorney Ashley Crisafulli recently graduated from the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Bar Leadership Academy, a special program designed to support emerging leaders of the legal profession in Kansas City.

Through participation in the seven-month Bar Leadership Academy, up-and-coming attorneys partake in interactive leadership training sessions designed to enhance the skills, knowledge and experience needed to become leaders both in the legal profession and the community.

"It was an honor to participate in the KCMBA Bar Leadership Academy and to work with other emerging leaders in our legal community to expand my leadership and professional development skills," Crisafulli said. "I appreciate the opportunities provided by BLA to learn from current and former legal and community leaders who are committed to paving a path for the next generations of attorneys to excel in service to the profession and the greater Kansas City community."  

The training and curriculum of the Bar Leadership Academy also exposes participants to diverse leadership perspectives within the legal community and provides leadership opportunities in the community for all graduates.

Crisafulli is an associate litigator with a practice that focuses on complex and commercial litigation, including state and nationwide class actions, consumer protection and product liability actions, and environmental torts. Crisafulli devotes substantial time and effort to pro bono matters involving public policy and community improvement. She is also a member of Stinson's Recruiting Committee and Pro Bono Committee.

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